Do emulators not let computers work like regular computers or are they just another piece of software?
Emulators are a software emulating another computer. For example, an NES emulator is a software that is ran on a desktop PC to look like the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System), whereas you can play NES titles (Cartridges emulated as ROMs) using your keyboard or a controller for the NES controller.
However, emulators are not just for other computers. Technically, an emulator is a piece of software that allows foreign (different language or setup) hardware or software to interact with the current system. The NES example is a good one. An example with software is like installing windows software on linux. It cannot be done due to language conflicts. An emulator solves this problem.
I don't believe there is such a thing as regular laptop programs. all the computers will probably have the same software, though, just the M11X much faster than all other 11" computers. If what you want is Microsoft office (Word. PowerPoint, ) NO. Of course, no computers really come with that anymore.
Contrary to popular believe, Macs are a type of PC (personal computer). The difference is that Macs are built by Apple itself, so Apple has complete control over both the hardware and software installed on the computer. Microsoft only creates software, and then other companies install the software on computers created by those companies. Macs are considered easier to use than Windows computers because the hardware is designed by Apple so it is easier to…
Super computers are made for extensive and intense calculations. They are built to be able to solve humanly impossible mathematical problems in mere seconds. N.S.A has a super computer called the "Thinking Machine". It is used to break codes. It can do in a few seconds what a Home PC will take tens of thousands of years to calculate. Regular computers are also made for calculation, but not to the extent that super computers are…
I have a Dreamcast system and was wondering how you can get or use emulators for PSone NES N64 and Sega Genesis?
The great thing about Dreamcast is that it will read a regular CD that you can burn off your computer. All you need to do is find a site with the emulators you need, burn them to disc (in Dreamcast format), and then game on! Just make sure you burn the emulator to one disc and the games to a separate one.
No, these are two very different things. A computer programmer is a person who writes software that tells computers what to do. A computer (or internet) petition, on the other hand, is a petition that you "sign" using a computer. It works the same as a regular petition, except that it is on the computer instead of on paper.
As with regular computers, mini computer prices are going to vary a great deal depending on the brand, whether they are new or gently used, the amount of memory, what types of hardware/ software are installed etc. If you are looking to buy a minicomputer make sure you are pricing those with comparable features.
As software is difficult to pinpoint to a single person, there are many restrictions on software patents. For example, in the US, no patents are granted for "abstract ideas". However, one can apply for a software patent through the regular patent channels. additionally, if this does not work, one can always copyright their material.
Most computer users use PCs, (personal computers). These general purpose computers can be used for pretty much anything, chances are that you are viewing this webpage on a PC right now. Smart Phones can also be considered computers, since they perform computational tasks and have almost all the elements of a regular computer.
Nowadays, there is very little difference. Almost any computer can be linked to a network. All you need is the correct software and connections, which are usually with the computer. Most computers now come as internet ready, so all you have to do is do a few things on settings to log on to your chosen network or internet service provider. Server computers are usually a bit larger in terms of memory and may have…